Explore the past, present and future of connecting people and places in WA

Transport gets us from A to B, but can we make it easier, safer and more sustainable? With a population of over 2.6 million people living in WA, there’s a lot of people on the move every day.

From short trips on foot to state-wide journeys by truck, learn how people and goods move from place-to-place. Discover how people travelled in the past, and how technologies are moving us towards our future needs.

These resources support the WA Curriculum: HASS, Health and Physical Education, Design and Technology and the cross-curriculum priority of sustainability.

BONUS: includes activities, merit stickers and posters for your class – plus an A2 travel tracker (graphing activity)


Click here to download a promotional poster for your staffroom. 


Developed in partnership with the RAC

What's Included?

Thanks to support from RAC, schools will not be invoiced.

Many schools* will automatically receive one class set inside the October 24, 31 & November 7 editions of The Sunday Times (35 copies).

Includes activities, merit stickers and posters for your class.

Please allow one to two days for delivery. Orders must be placed by 10am on the Friday prior to first delivery date. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate back orders.



October 24: Roll and stroll

Active transport options like bikes and scooters rely on people power, making them a healthy choice for users, communities and the planet. Learn how to stay safe on and around active transport, what infrastructure is needed, and how you might roll into the future.

October 31: On the road

It’s hard to beat the convenience of a car, but our reliance on petrol and diesel-guzzling vehicles is having a serious impact on the planet and our health, and they aren’t always used safely. Discover ways to reduce the risks, and how technology and consumer choices are transforming the cars of tomorrow.

November 7: Shared journeys

There are massive benefits to using shared or public transport, so why don’t people use it more? Explore some of the advantages and challenges of shared trips, and follow the public transport journey through time, from steam locomotive to Hyperloop!

Additional Resources


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